Social Innovation Series: How can I structure my social enterprise to attract the right investors?

11/06/2013 03:30 p.m. - 06:30 p.m.

Corporate and Clean Technology

Morrison & Foerster LLP
425 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Town Hall, 33rd Floor

Susan H. Mac Cormac

Susan H. Mac Cormac

Seminar

Kristen Gorts
kgorts@mofo.com
(650) 813-5755

Please join us for an event marking the launch of “Which Legal Structure Is Right for My Social Enterprise?” a guide by Morrison & Foerster for TrustLaw Connect, the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global pro bono service that connects non-profits and social enterprises with the best law firms around the world.

Program Topics:

  • Hear pitches by social entrepreneurs looking for advice and money as they structure their new and growing ventures.
  • A panel of experts, including at least one lawyer, impact investor and traditional investor, will provide their brutally honest feedback and lively remarks on new developments in how entities and transactions should be structured to maximize impact.

Speakers:

  • Susan H. Mac Cormac, Partner, Morrison & Foerster
  • Nicholas Glicher, Co-Head of Legal, Thomson Reuters Foundation
  • Derek Proudian, CEO & Venture Capital, SquareTrade, MicroCures, Inc., Mobile Web America
  • Mark Perutz, Partner, DBL Investors
  • Wes Selke, CFA, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Hub Ventures, Investment Manager, Good Capital

Bring your big ideas and burning questions.

A reception will follow the event with drinks and light hors d'oeuvres. Each attendee will receive a complimentary copy of the guide at the program.

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